This is Bourdain's Los Angeles:
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Tail o' the Pup
Bourdain orders the "ultimate West-Coast hot dog experience": a chili-cheese-with-tomatoes dog.
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Pink's Hot Dogs
Bourdain orders a Millenium Dog (no longer on the menu, but you can order it as the Mayor's Dog without the chili), a Chili Cheese Dog, a Bacon Dog and a Fajita Dog (both no longer on the menu). There's also a side of fries and onion rings.
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Mark Peel and Nancy Silverton's landmark LA restaurant (which has since closed, been taken over by Walter and Margarita Manzke, and reimagined as Republique) played host to Bourdain as a guest chef on April 11, 2001.
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International Marine Products
Bourdain buys seafood at this long-standing LA market for his guest spot at Campanile.
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Santa Monica Farmers Market
This legendary farmers' market is easily one of the most frequented and revered by chefs from not only around the city, but around the country.
Since changed to Randy's Donuts, Bourdain orders a glazed with sprinkles and a Texas glazed.
La Brea Bakery
In addition to Campanile, Silverton opened up this bakery next door. Bourdain heads over for some bread to serve at his dinner.
With his guest dinner complete, Bourdain and Peel head over to this classic late-night dinner spot for some burgers.
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ANTHONY BOURDAIN: NO RESERVATIONS, SEASON 3: "Los Angeles"
Roscoe's House of Chicken & WafflesMultiple Locations
Bourdain orders a Stymies Choice: half a chicken with gravy, onions, grits, and a biscuit. Oh, and also orders the classic Chicken And Waffles.
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L.A. Derby DollsVernon
Bourdain watches these tough ladies as they skate the rink and knock each other senseless. Ultimately, Furious Georgette takes Bourdain for a spin, and knocks his ass, too.
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Philippe The OriginalChinatown
Bourdain orders a roast lamb french-dip sandwich and a cold beer.
Mariachi PlazaBoyle Heights
"Mariachi Plaza is a symbol of Mexican preservation of culture through labor and music," Bourdain says as he rides with a three-piece band around the neighborhood.
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Birrieria ChalioBoyle Heights
Bourdain orders the birria en caldo (goat stew), and assembles some tacos with the meat.
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Bangkok MarketEast Hollywood
Bourdain tours the market with Jet Tila, second-generation owner of the seminal Thai grocery store.
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Bhan Kanom ThaiThaitown
Tila takes Bourdain to this Thai bakery to eat pandang-filled crepes, and other sweets.
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Sapp Coffee ShopThaitown
Bourdain visits the self-proclaimed "noodle whore" for a bowl of Thai boat noodles.
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Acosta TacosLennox (Closed)
After a day spent training with the Hawthorne PD, Bourdain heads south to order a burrito.
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THE LAYOVER, SEASON 1: "Los Angeles"
In-N-Out BurgerMultiple Locations
After arriving at LAX, Bourdain heads straight to the nearby In-N-Out and orders a Double Double Cheeseburger (animal-style) and a chocolate milkshake. Bourdain had stated multiple times that the burger chain provided his favorite meal in LA.
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"I love no hotel more dearly than the Chateau Marmont," Bourdain says as he pulls into the Sunset Boulevard landmark. And anyone who regularly followed Bourdain's off-camera life (meaning, via the camera of Instagram), knew that Bourdain was a real regular here.
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Bourdain catches up with chef Ludo Lefebvre at his food truck for a bite of fried chicken and a biscuit.
Kogi BBQ Food TruckBourdain praises chef Roy Choi for helping up the food truck game.
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La Luz De Jesus GalleryLos Feliz
Bourdain takes in some lo-fi art at this Hollywood Boulevard staple.
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Soap Plant / WackoLos Feliz
After the gallery, Bourdain drops in at this kitsch shop.
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Ham Ji ParkKoreatown
Bourdain meets up again with Choi, this time ordering gamja tang, or pork neck stew.
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Bourdain then features this Ktown spot for its cold noodle soup, naengmyun.
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Dan Sung SaKoreatown
Choi and Bourdain head over to this legendary Ktown joint for a bottle of makgeolli (a fermented rice drink), and some chicken gizzards and spicy octopus.
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Bourdain also points out this 100-year-old spot for a laid-back, divey vibe.
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Philippe The OriginalChinatown
Bourdain is back here again, this time ordering cake donuts for breakfast.
King Eddy's SaloonSkid Row
Bourdain hypes this spot's history, as well as the whiskey and beer.
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Dearly Departed ToursBourdain takes a guided tour of the city's most lurid deaths and murders.
Tacos Villa CoronaAtwater Village
Bourdain stops by for some tacos and praises the tortillas, then grabs a Papa's Burrito on the recommendation of a fellow patron.
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Book SoupWest Hollywood
Bourdain recommends this spot as LA's premier indie bookstore with a well-curated selection.
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"This is exactly the kind of menu that chefs dig: they either want to eat it, or wish they could get away with cooking it," Bourdain tells Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo as he sits down with them at their breakout hit restaurant, Animal.
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KokekokkoLittle Tokyo (closed)
Bourdain suggests a bite here for those who love Japanese yakitori. Kokekokko has since been replaced by Torigoya.
Red MedicineBeverly Hills (closed)
Bourdain recommends this spot, which helped established Jordan Kahn in his pre-Vespertine days. The former Red Medicine location now houses The FLATS.
Jumbo's Clown RoomThaitown
Bourdain makes a pit-stop at this one-of-a-kind LA institution for a beer with Shook and Dotolo.
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Before leaving LA, Bourdain suggests this speakeasy in the Historic Core—the place responsible for starting both the speakeasy and craft cocktail trends in Los Angeles.
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ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN, SEASON 1: "Los Angeles"
Bourdain discusses the Korean experience during the '92 LA Riots with Roy Choi on this rooftop-cum-command post.
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Dong Il JangKoreatown
Choi then takes Bourdain for some roast gui, or thin-sliced ribeye, and bulgogi, or fat-marbled beef, at this decades-old establishment.
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Choi and Bourdain stop next at the Chego truck.
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Bourdain then heads over to Choi's Hawaiian brick-and-mortar restaurant.
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Dave Choe's StudioDTLA
Bourdain visits the studio space of rich-from-Facebook-stock artist Dave Choe.
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Bourdain follows-up the studio visit by going with Choe to the Ktown Sizzler's where he grew up.
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Bourdain meets back up with Roy Choi for a plate of curried goat.
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Bourdain and Choi order an Aloha burger, a SPAM Little Big Bite, and a halo-halo dessert.
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Myung In DumplingsKoreatown
Dave Choe brings Bourdain here to experience some wang mandoo, or king dumplings, and mandoo, a smaller dumpling with red chili paste.
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Monte Carlo BarKoreatown
Choe and Bourdain grab a drink at one of the last remaining dives in central city.
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Beverly Soon Tofu RestaurantKoreatown
Roy Choi shows Bourdain this hidden sundubu (tofu soup) spot for a boiling bowl of kimchi "with everything."
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ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN, SEASON 9: "Los Angeles"
Gish BacArlington Heights
Bourdain heads here for some traditional Oaxacan cuisine, including various moles and barbacoa.
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La Reyna RestaurantArts District (closed)
Bourdain orders mulitas here as he discusses the Mexican heritage of Los Angeles.
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Bourdain eats taquitos with Gustavo Arellano and Al Madrigal at this nearly 90-year-old establishment.
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Bourdain previews Danny Trejo's restaurant a few days before it opens.
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Bourdain joins MMA fighters Nick and Nate Diaz for some camarones borrachos, or drunken shrimp.
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Bourdain explores the Alta California food scene here with the chefs of the former Corazon y Miel.
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Caña Rum BarDTLA
Bourdain then explores the troublesome history of the LAPD at this downtown rum bar.
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Tacos IndianaBoyle Heights
Bourdain orders the carne asada burrito, as well as the tacos lingua and tacos al pastor.
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LITTLE LOS ANGELES; WEB SERIES
Taste of Tehran RestaurantWestwood
Bourdain highlights the dill and lima bean rice, lentil and quinoa salad, the kabobs, and the zereshk polo.
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The Cock ‘n BullSanta Monica
Bourdain stops into this classic of Little Britain for a steak and Guinness pie, while his pub friend orders the shepherd's pie.
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Bourdain sips some araki, an Ethiopian liquor, and orders the meat combination platter as well as the vegetable combination platter.
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Sahags Basturma Sandwich ShopLittle Armenia
At this Armenian sandwich shop, Bourdain orders the basturma, a traditional cured and spiced beef preparation, as well as the sujuk sandwich, and some Armenian coffee.
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Rosario Cabrerra's Street CartWestlake
Bourdain heads over to Bonnie Brae at 6th streets to eat caldo de gallina, or Guetemalan chicken soup, along with some fried plantains, and a plate of pollo con papas, or fried chicken with potatoes.
Bourdain orders crispy duck arroz caldo, inasal skewers, lumpia sariwa, twice-cooked pork belly at this nouveau-Filipino restaurant.
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